Kamal Haasan seeks govt approval to convert his residence into a temporary hospital

Kamal Haasan seeks govt approval to convert his residence into a temporary hospital

Kamal Haasan seeks govt approval to convert his residence into a temporary hospital

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The government has taken severe actions against the Coronavirus pandemic throughout India, and the public is cooperating as well. Many celebrities have been advising people to stay home, and have been extending financial support to daily wage workers in the film industry as well. As per latest reports, actor and Makkal Neethi Maiyam president Kamal Haasan is seeking government approval to convert his residence into a temporary hospital for Coronavirus infected patients and has also donated Rs 10 lakh for the welfare of FEFSI members.

Kamal Haasan has announced that he is ready to lend his home as a hospital to the government to help those affected by the Coronavirus. In this time of crisis, he hopes to bring his team of doctors to work for the common man, and to make his home a temporary medical center to serve the people. He is also ready to start his service and is seeking government permission to change his house as a temporary hospital.

The ‘Indian 2’ actor has also reportedly donated Rs 10 lakh to the FEFSI members. Earlier, Rajinikanth, Dhanush, Suriya, Karthi, Sivakarthikeyan, Lokesh Kanagaraj and others too have given their contributions to FEFSI members.

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